About this course
As a student in the MS in Electrical Engineering program, you’ll use what you’ve already learned about physics, chemistry, and mathematics create the products of tomorrow. We support this kind of initiative by providing top-flight laboratories — home to developments in microwaves, VLSI design, and robotics — as well as a faculty dedicated to advanced research.
The program will prepare you for a professional career as an entrepreneur, a practicing engineer in industry, business or government at an advanced level, or to pursue a PhD degree in electrical engineering. You can choose a concentration from a number of stimulating fields, including the following:
- Communications, Networking and Signal Processing
- Computer Engineering and VLSI
- Energy systems and power electronics
- Electromagnetics and analog/RF/Biomedical circuits
- Systems, control, and robotics
Admission to the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering Program requires a Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from an accredited institution, with a GPA of 3.0/4.0 or higher. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is required for all applicants.
Students not meeting these requirements will be considered for admission on an individual basis and may be admitted subject to the completion of appropriate undergraduate courses to remove deficiencies in preparation.